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Cell’s Safety Mechanisms That Keep Genetic Parasites Out

News   Aug 12, 2019 | Original story from Aarhus University

 
Cell’s Safety Mechanisms That Keep Genetic Parasites Out

Microscopy image of an entire fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster; body outline in green) with a protein central to the smuggling route (Nxf3) shown in red. Credit: Daniel Reumann, IMBA.

 
 
 

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